BMA active bystander programme
This programme will empower all elected members to challenge any poor behaviours they may encounter in their work as a BMA representative. It aims to give you the skills to challenge unacceptable behaviours, including those which may have become normalised over time.
Interactive workshop approach
The programme is interactive and scenario-based. Sessions are provided by an external facilitator and take place virtually.
How to apply
This programme is open to all BMA committee members.
We will contact committee members directly via email once dates are confirmed.
Places for sessions are allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.
Equality diversity and inclusion learning modules
These modules will help to improve your awareness and perception of equality, diversity and inclusion:
- inclusion essentials
- challenging behaviour
- inclusive leadership
- understanding unconscious bias
- the impact of micro-behaviours
Each module consists of short video clips featuring workplace scenarios and multiple-choice assessment quizzes, and each will take approximately 20 to 60 minutes to complete.
Additional learning and development opportunities
As a committee member, you can access a varied range of training and programmes designed to give you the right skills and knowledge:
The BMA’s network of elected women (NEW) is a BMA-wide group which supports elected women members.
If you have any questions about the programmes, email us or call 0207 383 6708.